Despite Diana’s memories, Charles comments on the title “Queen Camilla”

The Queen’s statement, a blessing likely to remove the need for any discussion of future titles in the royal family, comes after British midweek newspapers earlier trumpeted Camilla as the reason for the collapse of Charles’s marriage to his first wife, Princess Diana.

The 95-year-old has expressed her wish, saying it was a “sincere wish” for Camilla to be consort when Charles ascended the throne.

Charles made his comments, Sunday, when he led the celebrations of the Queen as she passed a historical event that none of her predecessors had witnessed for a thousand years.

In a statement, the Crown Prince said: “We are fully aware of the honor bestowed upon us by my mother’s wish. Just as we have endeavored together to serve Her Majesty and members of our community, my beloved wife has always been a constant source of support for me.”

Longtime lovers Charles and Camilla married in 2005, gradually enabling her to take on a more prominent role.

Camilla, who now holds the title of Duchess of Cornwall, is popular as a member of the royal family and appears regularly at official events alongside Charles and Queen Elizabeth.

Joining Charles in praising Queen Elizabeth’s dedication to public service duties was Prime Minister Boris Johnson, politicians, British churches and members of the public.

In Washington, the White House said, in a statement on behalf of US President Joe Biden: “For the past 70 years, she (the Queen) has strengthened the friendship, shared values ​​and belief in democracy that unites our countries forever.”

“This unprecedented Platinum Jubilee year brings us an opportunity to unite in celebrating the service of the Queen who will continue to be an example for us in the years to come,” Prince Charles said in his statement.

In the seven decades on the throne, Queen Elizabeth has experienced massive social, economic and political change, including the end of the British Empress.

Elizabeth, 95, ascended the throne of Britain and more than 12 countries affiliated with the crown, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand, when her father, King George VI, died on February 6, 1952, while she was visiting Kenya on a foreign tour.

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